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^ake The Sapphire of one thou- 
sand, NINE HUNDRED AND TWENTY, 
AN ANNUAL THAT WILL EXCELL ANf IN 
THE TA<bT, BE A SOURCE OF GREAT 
SATISFACTION IN THE "PRESENT, 
AND BE AN EXAMPLE FOR THOSE IN 
THE FUTURE . If WE HAVE NOT 
ACHIEVED THIS AIM , "REMEMBE'R, 

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DEDICATION 

The third volume of The Sapphire 

is affectionately deicated 

to 

Miss Evelyn Byrd Graham 

who for eleven years has been associated with the 

school. As student and as member of the faculty 

she has been governed by the spirit which was the 

founders ideal for Fassifern — Faithfulness to 

duty. 

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FACULTY 



MISS KATE SHIPP, Principal 

Teacher's Diploma, Cambridge Universit, 

England 

Department — Mathematics 

MISS LUCY BOMAR, B. A., 

Converse College, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Department — Athletics 

Asst. English and History 

MISS M. BUTMAN, 

Diploma, New England Conservatory of Music, 

Certificate, Toronto Conservatory. 

Department — Music. 

MISS LOUISE DeBLANC, B. A. 

Newcomb College, Tulane University. 

Department — French 

M. GASPARD DeCOLING&Y, B. L, 

University of France, College Charlemagne, 

Paris, B. A., Central University of Toledo, 

Spain. 

Department — French and Spanish. 

MRS. B. DRYSDALE, 

Diploma, Philadelphia Normal School. 

Department — Director of Gymnastics ; Botany; 

Class Teacher of Sub-Freshmen. 

MISS GERTRUDE GILLAM, A. B., 

Cornell University. 
Department — History and English. 



MRS. A. McBEE, Asst. Principal 

MISS RUTH FITCHETT, 

Teacher's and Soloist's Diploma; Certificate 
Normal Pianoforte, Public School Methods, 
Post Graduate Study: Arthur Foote, 
Julius Chuloff, New England Con- 
servatory of Music. 
Department — Director, Music. 

MISS IRENE PODDOCK, 

Bryn Mawr. 

Department — Latin and Mathematics. 

MISS LOUISE STEINBRENNER, B. S., 

and A. M., Columbia University; Certificate, 

Klindworth Scharmenka Conservatory, 

Berlin, German. 

Department — English and Latin 

MISS M. H. SAMPSON, 

Certificate, College of Preceptors, London, 

England 

Department — Supervisor of Health, Domestic 

Art. 

MISS MARY THRALL, 

Diploma Framingham, Mass., Normal School. 

Department — Domestic Science. 

MISS G. R. WEISS, A. B., 

Bach. Design, Newcomb College, Tulane, 

University. 

Department — Director of Art. 

MISS JENNIE F. WESTFELDT, 

Certificate, Asheville School of Commerce. 

Department — Commercial Course. 






SCFODIlj 



SCHOOL HISTORY 

Our Alma Mater opened her doors for the first time to a limited number 
of fifteen girls in October, 1907 in Lincolnton, N. C. However, not for long was 
the registration to be so small, every year the number was steadily increased and 
soon it became necessary to have larger buildings. 

In October, 1914, Fassifern moved to Hendersonville, its present site. Dur- 
ing its first year there sixty pupils were enrolled, McBee Hall, has been erected, 
and a cottage rented for the teachers. 

As th enrollment of Fassifern has been growing steadily, a broader field of 
work has become necessary, so in 1915 the Spanish Department took its place in 
our regular curriculum. The following year, a course in home economics was in- 
stalled, and in 1918 the business course was begun. In the same year, the Art 
Departmen was thrown open to the entire student body, whereas heretofore only 
those taking a special course in art received th advantages of this department. 

N. Battle, '21. 






Scenes of Our School 





FASSIFERN 



What aileth merry Fassifern? 

Her thoughts seem gone astray: 
She sitteth lone and taciturn, 

She gazeth far away. 

Perhaps in a magic mirror she 
Old memories doth regain; 

Perhaps doth waving alders see 
And heather in the rain. 

What wanteth happy Fassifern 

To make her happier? 
What distant thing can she discern 

Which ive might give to her? 

Is it a spray of alder leaves 
Upon her dress to wear? 

Is it a sprig of heather bloom 
To put into her hair? 

Ah no! It is a cairn-gorm 
If truth it must be known; 

The royal stone, the cairn-gorm, 
She yearneth for alone. 

We yield the precious cairn-gorm 

All its imputed worth; 
We know there are no jewels 

Surpassing it on earth. 

But, dear, we have no cairn-gorms, 
We are too poor for them; 

So we are fain to offer you 
A humbler gem. 

We have no canny cairn-gorms, 
Marked strange with blue and red; 

So offer you this Sapphire, 
For you to wear instead. 



Rev. Dr. Orville E. Watson, 
Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. 






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In 1916, our present class made its debut as Freshmen. There were several 
of us and we, like Freshmen, had our trials and tribulations. During the year 
there were athletic features such as, track, basket-ball, etc. We had good times 
of every description. 

The next year, we met again, as Sophomores. Oh! But a sad few! Nevertheless, 
we were a sturdy class, and did our best. During the year, we entertained the 
Juniors with a dance although they were twice our number. 

It was in that year that we started our Annual, "The Sapphire." 

Our Junior Class met the following fall when several new members appeared 
in our midst. We had responsibilities galore, but looked forward eagerly to our 
Senior year. 

Near the end of school, we gave the Seniors a banquet which was the first 
one that had ever been given. Everything went off beautifully, and our class was 
quite proud to think it had given the first banquet. 

June came, and with it Commencement. On Class Day, we all assembled in 
front of the house to witness the presentation of the diplomas to the graduates 
whose, place we were to take. 

In the fall of 1919, we came together for the last time as dignified Seniors 
preparing to face life's battles. 

On returning from the Christmas holidays, we moved into our new building 
"McBee Hall." 

While there, many social functions were enjoyed, among the first being a 
tea to the faculty. 

In May we leave our dear Alma Mater having spent many happy days within 
her walls. We have much for which to thank our principal and teachers, for the 
help they have so kindly given us during the past years. Let these" be our parting 
words "Fassifern Forever." 

E. P. H.— F. McL. P. 






ALLSTON, ELLEN BEATRICE 
Flat Rock, N. C. 

Course B. 1916-20. Senior Treasurer; Treasurer "Sapphire" 
Staff; Senior Council; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; President 
B. Music Club; T. K. S. 



ANGUS, ELIZABETH 
Hendersonville, N. C. 



Course A. 1918-20. 





BOSTIC, DeLORESE 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Special Course — 1919-20. Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Joke 
Editor of "Sapphire"; Certificate, Domestic Science; W. A. W. 



CRUICKSHANK, ANNA 
Greenville, S. C. 



Special Course— 1919-20 







CHADBOURN, ANNA LESLIE 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Course A — 1918-20. Editor-in-Chief of Fassifern Special; Ed- 
itor-in-Chief Annual; Senior Councilor; Secretary B Busic 
Club. 



CALL, GOZEAL MARTHA 
Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Course B — 1918-20. Dramatic Club; Tennis Club; Glee Club; 
Domestic Science Certificate. 





DUNBAR, CORA MAE 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Course A — 1918-20. JuniorCommittee: Glee Club; Dramatic 
Club; Cotillion Club; Baptist Treasurer; Senior Class Prophet; 
B. Music Club; T. K. S. 



DERMlD, LUCY NORTON 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

Course B. — 1915-20. Business Course. 







HARGRAVE, KATHERINE 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Course B— 1918-20. Dramatic Club; Tennis Club; "Alpha 
Beta Chi"; Assistant Advertising Editor of "Sapphire"; Do- 
mestic Science Certificate. 



HICKS, ELIZABETH ALLEN 
Oxford, N. C. 



Course A— 1919-20. 





HOFFMAN, EDITH PEARL 
Asheville, N. C. 

Course B. — 1916-20. Varsity Basket-ball Team; Glee Club; 
Senior Class Historian; Tennis Club; Domestic Science 
Certificate; Domestic Art Certificate. 



HOLT, ELIZABETH GASTON 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Course A — 1919-20. Serior Council; Literary Editor of 
"Sapphhire"; Basket-ball Team, Sub; Tennis Club; Dramatic 
Club; T. K. S. 







JOHNSTON, MARY ELIZABETH 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Course B— 1917-20. Tennis Club; Glee Club; 
Science Certificate; Business Course; Senior Sub. 
"Sapphire." 



Domestic 
Editor of 



KNIGHT, MARIAN DUBOSE 
Sumter, S. C. 

Course B— 1917-20. Vice-President (1) ; President (1) ; Cot- 
illion Club; Secretary 1918-19 (3); Chief Marshal; Secretary 
1919-20 (2); Secretary Junior Auxiliary, 1919-20 (2); Do- 
mestic Science Certificate; Dramatic Club; Junior Committee; 
Glee Club; Prettiest; Best Leader in Dancing; T. K. S. 





PARKER, FRANCIS McLEOD 

Asheville, N. C. 

English Certificate — 1915-20. Glee Club; Tennis Club; Senior 
Class Historian; Domestic Science Certificate. 



POWELL, MARTHA WHITAKER 
Farboro, N. C. 

Course B — 1918- Secretary Junior Class; Junior Committee; 
Basket-ball Team, 1918-20; Marshal; Vice-President Senior 
Class; Cotillion Club; Vice-President Missionary; Art Editor 
of "Sapphire"; Art Medal, 1919; General Council, 1919-20; 
Dramatic Club; Tennis Club; "Best all-round"; Most Talent- 
ed; Art Certificate; T. K. S. 







POINDEXTER, CARRIE SMITH 
Elkin, N. C. 

Special Course — 1919-20. Senior Council; Tennis Club; Glee 
Club; President "Alpha Beta Chi"; Domestic Science Certi- 
ficate. 




SEDBERRY, MILDRED 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Course B — 1918-20. President Junior Class (4) ; Junior 
Committee (4); Marshal, 1918-19; Basket-ball, Sub-Team, 
1919-20; Basketball Varsity Team, 1919-20; Basket-ball Var- 
sity Team, 1918-20; Captain Basket-ball Team, 1919-20; Senior 
President (4) ; Senior Council (4) ; General Council (4) ; 
Glee Club; Vice-President Junior Auxiliary (2) ; Sophomore 
Advisor, 1919-20 (4) ; Dramatic Club; Domestic Science Cer- 
tificate; Business Manager of "Sapphire"; Most Influential; 
T. K. S. ; Typical Senior; Best Leader. 





SMITH, CLAUDIA ROSS 
Clover, S. C. 

Course B— 1918-20. Senior Mascot, 1919-20; Glee Club; 
Dramatic Club; Domestic Science Certificate; T. K. S. ; Vice- 
President B Club. 



SIMMONS, PAULINE ELMYRA 
High Point, N. C. 

Special Course— 1919-20. 







VanLANDINGINGHAM, SUSAN DEANE 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Course A— 1917-20. President, 1917-18 (1); Tennis Club, 
1917-120; Citillion Club; Basket-ball Team, 1917-18; Basket- 
ball Team, Sub-Team, 1918-20; Varsity Team, 1919-20; Mar- 
shal, 1918-19; Secretary Junior Auxiliary, 1917-20 (2); Dra- 
matic Club; General Council; Glee Club; Secretary, 1919- 
20 (1); Tennis Club; Athletic Leader, 1919-20; Trea=ur»v, 
1917-18 (1) ; T. K. S.; Domestic Science Certificate. 



WILLOUGHBY, MARY 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Special Course— 1919-20. 




WILCOX, MARY NICHOLSON 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Course B— 1917-29. Basket-ball Team; Riding Club; Dra- 
matic Club; Cheer Leader, 1918-20; Episcopal Treasurer; 
Basket-ball Sub-Team, 1918-19; Glee Club; Domestic Science 
Certificate; Senior Advisor, Freshman Class; Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager of "Sapphire"; T. K. S. ; Cotillion Club. 





SENIOR PROPHECY 




ALLSTON 

A trained nurse will Ellen be quite soon, 
She'll give the dope with music, wit' and spoon. 




BOSTIC 

"D" can't wait long for wedding beels to chime. 
She looks with joy to happiness sublime. 




ANGUS 

Elizabeth knows Iinguas to a "T", 
But we can't tell whether she will be. 




CALL 

From "Gazelle" worthy, many kids will learn 
The things you have to know for Fassifern. 




CHADBOURNE 

Anne is about the best there is in class, 
A critic great we prophecy at last. 




CRUIKSHANK 

In days to come you'll see old "Cruik" abroad, 
She's such a traveler as well's a Ford. 





DERMID 

On every day, both fair and wet, appear 
A car that brings an eager student here. 





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DUNBAR 

This girl has high ideals in life you see, 
To college she will go for her degree. 



HOFFMAN 

She is a maiden true and fair to see, 

For father dear she'll cook and sew with glee. 





HARGRAVE 

We have a friend who loves the foot-lights gay, 
With song and dance she'll keep dull care away. 




HICKS 

What could portray her more, than movies wild? 
She wanted frlic ever since a child. 



HOLT 

Sliz Holt is in for all the fun there is, 

'Twas she who sail'd by you just like a whiz. 




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JOHNSTON 

The faithful mary, pads and mail does give, 
And soon a noted suffragist she'll live. 




PARKER 

One of our class loves parrots, fowls, and cats, 
In her spare time she always sits and tats. 





KNIGHT 

And lots and lots are added to the "3," 
But still "Marony" dances, don't you "CS 




POINDEXTER 

Shhe thought she had decided which was which, 
'Tis not too late to make a little switch. 



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When "Whit" comes in to worlds of scenery i 
I wonder where the great artist will be 



SEDBERRY 

A prima donna high in this world's fame, 
She'll always sing and greatest honors claim. 




SIMMONS 

You know her method is the "Hunt and Peck, 
But still she loves to wander on the deck. 





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SMITH and VAN LANDINGHAM 

Two maids, one tall, one stout, before us come, 
When they appear they make the whole world 
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WILCOX 

We could have told you quite as much, for here 
A model, and design for each new year. 



WILLOUGHBY 

One of our group will hardly ever say 
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JUNIOR 




Russell, Jane Wilmington, N. C. 

Seaver, Nora Waynesville, N. C. 

Sherrod, Lucile High Point, N. C. 

Smith, Mary Tharp Wilson, N. C. 

Underwood, Nellie Fayettvilee, N. C. 

Swink, Mae Katherine. .Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Tucker, Mary B Charleston, S. C. 

Vaughn, Margaret Smith Greensboro, N. C. 



Wadsworth, Gertrude F Charlotte, N. C. 

Wadsworth, Margaret F Charlotte, N. C. 

Walker, Sarah Mills, Md. 

Webb, Alice Hill Hillsboro, N. C. 

Wilson, Mary Alice. .. .Hendersonville, N. C. 

Willoughby, Ruth Wilmington, N. C. 

Wright, Annette Lindsey. . . .Greensboro, N. C. 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

OFFICERS 

President 

Gladys Coleman First Quarter 

Cora Smith Second Quarter 

Margaret Davis Third and Fourth Quarters 

Vive-President 

Mary Preston Bynum First, Second, Third Quarters 

Cora Smith Fourth Quarter 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Elizabeth Shelton First, Second, Third Quarters 

Gladys Coleman Third Quarter 

COUNCILORS 

Mary Preston Bynum Second and Third Quarters 

Elizabeth Shelton Second, Third, Fourth Quarters 

Gladys Coleman Second, Third, Fourih Quarters 

Margaret Davis Third and Fourth Quarters 

Elizabeth Cockrell Third and Fourth Quarters 

Cora Smith Fourth Quarter 

MEMBERS 

Bynum, Mary Preston Germanton, N. C. 

Cockrell, Elizabeth Gainesville, Fla. 

Coleman, Gladys Asheville, N. C. 

Davis, Margaret Morganton, N. C. 

Holt, Nell Smithfield, N. C. 

Huguenin, Gladys Spartanburg, S. C. 

Inglesby, Catherine Greenville, S. C. 

Nesbitt, Myrtle Spartanburg, S. C. 

Shelton, Elizabeth Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Smith, Cora Wilson, N. C. 

Wells, Martha Canton, N. C. 





TO MRS. MCBEE 

We've sung our songs of setting suns, 

Of mountains in their splendor. 
We've sung our songs of Fassifern 

In voices soft and tender. 
And yet one name we'll sing again 

Each time 'twill ring more true, 
Our dearest helper and our friend, 

Mrs. McBee, here's to you! 
Although we tack upon your walls, 

The things that shouldn't be, 
We Jcnoiv that doivn they'll come again 

When once you chance to see. 
Although you sometimes hate to hear 

Our "southern voices", sweet, 
And cover up your ears, in fear 

To hear our tramping feet. 
We know that it is for our good 

You make each little rule. 
And if there were not such as you, 

We would not have a school. 
We raise again our "voices sweet" 

In song of endless praise. 
The name of dear Mrs. McBee 

Will make bright all our days! 

Maude Lillian Merrimon '21 



TO MISS KATE 
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Supreme she reigns o'er all the school. 

A ruler, yet a friend. 
We trust, admire, and love her too. 

Respect her without end. 



II. 

And when at last we part from her, 
To make our way through life, 

Her inYuence will follow us, 
And help us win the strife. 



Ellen Alliston, '20. 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS 

President 

Mary Stewart Latrobe 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Quarters 

Vice-President 

Marian Wadsworth 2nd, and 3rd Quarters 

Ruth Sassen 3rd Quarter 

Mary Bagley Ross 4th Quarter 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Ruth Sassen 1st and 4th Quarter 

Adelaide Douglas 2nd Quarter 

Jane Taliaferro 3rd Quarter 

GENERAL COUNCILORS 

Louise Belden M. S. Lthrobe 

Ruth Sassen 



MEMBERS 



Belden, Louise Woodland, Pa. 

Davis, Martha Charlotte, N. C. 

Douglas, Adelaide Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Goodman, Catherine Concord, N. C. 

Jenkins, Sadie Henrietta, N. C. 

Johnson, Doris Grey Key West, Fla. 

Kirk, Westray New Jersey 

Lathrobe, Mary S Sanfrancisco, Cal. 

MacMillan, Margaret Wilmington, N. C. 



Moore, Martha Gastonia, N. C. 

Orsgorne, Mary D Fort Sill, Okla. 

Plumly, Elizabeth Winston Salem, N. C. 

Ross, Mary Bagley Charlotte, N. C. 

Ross, Mary Madeline Asheville, N. C. 

Sassen, Ruth Easterly, S. C. 

Taliaferro, Jane Charlotte, N. C. 

Wadsworth, Marian Charlotte, N. C. 

Webb, Cutis Macon, Ga. 



SUB-FRESHMEN 



Scales, Frances Greesboro, N. C. 

Walke, Evelyn Richmond, Va. 



Walker, Sophy Maryland 

Wilkinson, Laura Charlotte, N. C. 






TO MISS JENNY FLEETWOOD WESTFELDT 



O Fassifern! Thy memory dear 
Will linger long, — thy charm remain 
And richer grow each passing year! 
Fassifern! Thy sweet refrain 
Will ring to me forever clear. 

For thou hast taught me to delight 
In pleasures high, — in noble pain; 
To give, — and giving, greatly gain; 
To slowly rise, through Minds' dear night 
On Wisdom's wings to to regions bright 
Where soars the soul, exultant, free, 
In Truth's eternal liberty! 

Sweet Fassifern, — thy silent sway 
My heart will keep unsullied, bright. 
Tho' far I roam on life's strange way! 
Thy distant beacon guide aright 
My soul to Heaven s final light! 





THE MOUNTAINS SHALL RING PEACE 



(By Kate C. Shipp) 

When I am worn with earth and all its ills, 

And weary of dull tasks that never cease, 

I lift mine eyes up to the everlatsting hills. 

And gaze with longing on the mountains that bring peace. 

At dawn, when night has brought no rest from care, 

Nor given the aching heart one hours surcease, 

How heavenly sweet to see the morning rise so fair 

And drive the darkness from the mountains that bring peace. 

At noonday, mid the heat, and toil and strife, 

The mountains speak of shady bowers green; 

They tell of those, ivho toiling upward, have found life 

On those pure heights that seem so peaceful, so serene. 

And when the westward sinking sun does throw 

Its last light on the mountain s lofty crest, 

And ivhen the silver white, fair evening star hangs low, 

That gracious hour ne'er fails to bring me peace and rest. 

When purple shade lies deep on the mountain side 

And comes to me the call that means release 

From earth's sad plane, may heavenly portals, opening wide 

Light with their radient glow the mountains that bring peace. 





OUR TEACHERS 



In the years which are to come. 
When our school days all rre done, 
When ive've left dear Fassifern. 
Where we went to "live and learn," 
Often will our thoughts return 
To those who taught at Fassifern, 

First, "Miss Kate" to all so dear, 
Always near to help and cheer. 
Next Mrs. McBee patient, true. 
Thinks of us the whole day through. 
Then comes our "Miss Evelyn," 
With her smile that's sure to win. 

She ivho is our financier 

Always greets us ivith "my dear," 

Now, Miss Sampson firm, but kind, 

Better friend we'll never find. 

Timid, kind but stern with all 

Is Miss Paddock on our hall. 

Then Miss Gillam and Miss Weiss, 
And Miss Thrall who is so nice. 
Good Miss Fitchet comes in next 
With Miss Butman who's ne'er vexed. 
Our Professor's next in line, 
And Miss DeBlanc kho's so fine. 

Now Vve saved the best for last, 
Pleasant thoughts come thick and fast, 
Dear Miss Steinbrenner, so true, 
Long shall we remember you. 
You have helped us win the fight, 
Memories of you are bright. 

So when we in our fancy go 
To the school we all love so, 
Then our teachers one by one 
'Cross our minds will quickly come. 
Each will bring us in her turn 
Memories of Fassifern. 

Nora Seaver, '21. 







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Jane Taliaferro 
Marian Wadsworth 
Ruth R. Sasseen 
Mary S. Latrobe 

Mabel R. Hawkins: Mascot 


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Martha Davis 
Elizabeth Shelton 
Mary B. Ross 






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Margaret Bencini 
Anna Cruikshank 
Katherine Hargrave 



Kate Nesbitt 
Carrie S. Poindexter 
Pauline Simmons 








GREENSBORO CLUB 




MEMBERS 


M. Merrimon 
D. Merrimon 
Betty Myers 


Kate Rucker Penn 
Frances Scales 
M. Vaughn 
Annette Wright 




Adelaide Douglas 
Gladys Coleman 
Westray Kirk 
Mary Orsborne 



P. S T. 

MEMBERS 
Mascot: Nancy Battle 



Elizabeth Plumly 
Mary M. Ross 
Elizabeth Shelton 




A WINTER FORECAST FOR 1920 

The trees were glistening white. 
The streams with ice were frozn, 
The snow fell all the night. 
The groundhog from his hole 
Leapt o'er the gistening snow, 
His shadow suddenly saw, — ■ 
Ran to his hole below, 
Six weeks of snow, aO, Pshaw !q 

E. Angus, '20. 



A. B. C. 

OFFICERS 

C. Gooman President 

E. Cockrell Secretary 

Cora Smith Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

M. Bynum C. Goodman 

E. Cockrell C. Smith 

M. Davis A. Webb 



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Colors: Scarlet and Gold 



Mary Preston Bynum 
Martha Davis 
Mary M. Ross 



MEMBERS 



Curtis Webb 



Flower : Poppy 



Cora Smith 
Ruth Sasseen 
Marian Wadsworth 




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DRAMATIC CLUB 

Maude Merrimon President 

Mildred Sedberry Treasurer 

Martha Powell Secretary 

Mary Wilcox Stage Manager 

Delores Bostic Asst. Stage Manager 

Marian Knight 1 p Managers 

Mabel Hawkins J r ' 

Miss Gizella Weiss Director and Coach 

MEMBERS 

Standing, from left to right: Sitting, from left to right: 

Maude Merrimon Madeline Call 

Miss G. R. Weiss Curtis Webb 

—^Margaret Raney Mary M. Ross 

Margaret Bragaw Margaret Vaughn 

Dorothy Merrimon Mary Wilcox 

Mildren Sedberry Peggy Coleman 

Marian Knight Claudia Smith 

Katherine Hargrave Nellie Underwood 

Annie Borden Mabel Hawkins 

Nancy Battle Virginia Erwin 

Caro May Dunbar Kate R. Penn 

De Lores Bostic G. Wadsworth 

Margaret Norcom Nell Holt 

Ellen Allston Mary B. Ross 

Martha Powell J- Taliaferro 

D. VanLandingham Gozeal Call 





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COTILLION CLUB 



M. Call 

G. Wadsworth 

H. Lilly 

R. Sasseen 

M. Sedberry 

V. Erwin 

D. Van Landingham 

M. Wilcox 



A. Wright 
M. Hawkins 
M. Vaughn 
D. Merrimon 
M. Powell 
M. Latrobe 
D. Bostic 
C. Dunbar 










GLEE CLUB 








Miss Ruth Fitchett, Director 




Alliston 




Parker 


Underwood 


Borden 




Sedberry 


Erwin 


Bostic 




Ross, M. M. 


Battle 


Dunbar 




Wilcox 


Smith, C. 


Hawkins 




Wright. 


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Knight 




VanLandingham 


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Bostic 

Burwell 

Norcom 

Hicks 

Douglas 

Shelton 

Tucker 



Lilly 

Taliaferro 

Moore 

Birdsey 

Cockrell 

Goodman 

Cora Smith 



Miss Bomar 






Mary Birdsey 
Jane Grimes 



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Jane RusselJ 







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During the time of Fassifern's existence, it has been known thruout the South 
as a preparatory school for girls with the highest standard and ideals. It offers 
not only the best advantages, but the natural environment is perfect. 

Go where you may, one will find women who have been better by their as- 
sociation with Miss Shipp and Mrs. McBee. They have instilled into the minds 
of Fassifern girls the principles of honorable and refined character-building, which 
can be taught only by those who have lived ideal lives. 

Thru student government the girls are able to feel that some responsibility 
has been put upon them, a proof of Miss Shipp's trust, which is held in such high 
value. 

In return, the prayer is that the efforts of both Miss Shipp and Mrs. McBee 
may be crowned with success, and that God's blessings may be showered upon the 
two most beloved and sincere friends ahat Fassifern can have. 

M. Sedberrv, '20. 



FASSIFERN SPECIAL 

BOARD OF EDITORS 

Mrs. A. C. McBee. Honarary 
Miss Kate Shipp, Chairman 

Editor-in-Chief Anne Chadbourne 

Editorial Editor Nancy Battle 

Business Manager ■ Deane Van Landingham 

Art Editor Martha Powell 

Humor Delorise Bostic 

ADVISORY BOARD 

Miss Louise Steinbrenner Chairman 

Miss Evelyn Graham Business 

Miss Gertrude Gillam Editorial 

Miss Gizella R. Weiss Art 





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Editor-in-Chief Annie Chadbourne 

Asst. Editor-in-Chief Nancy Battle 

Literary and Music Elizabeth Holt 

Art Editor Martha Powell 

Business Manager Mildred Sedberry 

Asst. Business Manager Mary Wilcox 

Advertising Manager D. Vanlandingham 

Asst. Advertising Manager K. Hargrave 

Athletic Manager Mary Birdsey 

Treasurer Ellen Allston 



Sub Editors 

Senior Mary Johnston 

Junior Maude Merrimon 

Sophomore Mary Bynum 

Freshman Mary Bagley Ross 

Faculty assisting the Annual Board are: Miss Elizabeth Steinbrenner, Chair- 
man; Miss Gizella Weiss; Miss Gertrude Cillam; Miss Evelyn Byrd Graham. 





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The Red Cross has been an interesting and important factor in our school 
life. During the War, we did a great deal of work. The War stopped, but we 
have not. One of the first things we did this year was to have a meeting for 
organization. Miss Sampson, who has proved herself in former years, was again 
elected president; Miss Stienbrenner was elected treasured and Miss De Blanc sec- 
retary. Every one was gratly pleasd when we found that there was 100% mem- 
bership in the school. The work has been the more enjoyable because we have some 
definite aim, helping the orphans of the devastated countries. 

One of the most interesting events of the fall was the Red Cross picnic given at 
Laurel Park. The day was most suited for the occasion and the forest seemed 
to have donned its gay colors for the good cause. We cleared more than we had 
hoped for and it was a greater success than ever before. 

As soon as we returned from the holidays, we began work on articles for the 
Bazar. Several of the girls dressed dolls to be raffled. One of our teachers em- 
broidered most exquisitely, a dainty night gown also to be raffled. Besides, there 
were many little things that girls love to have. These found eager sale among the 
students. During the evening, ice cream and cakes were sold. We cleared $110.00 
and were well pleased with the success. 

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GENERAL COUNCIL 




Martha Powell 
Mary Wilcox 


SENIORS 
Mildred Sedberry 


Dean 


Gozeal Call 
VanLandingham 


Janie Grimes 
Nancy Battle 


JUNIORS 




Mabel Hawkins 
Mary Birdsey 


Elizabeth Shelton 


SOPHOMORES 
Gladys Coleman 




Margaret Davis 


Ruth Sasseen 


FRESHMEN 
Mary Stewart Latrobe 




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ATHLETICS 



Athletics, during this term of 1919-20, have taken no small part in the life of the school. 
The high standard, which has been attained by all, from the Seniors to the Sub-Freshmen. 

Basketball, which is to the heart of a girl what foot-ball is to that of a boy, has beeii 
played according to the "Pocket System," with great success. The team, this season, has been 
marked by its smoothness of action and team-work, due to good training and system, and on 
the 24th of October, when in the game with Waynesville High School, the crucial test of the 
team's ability came, it was not found lacking. In spite of an indoor court, a one-line game, 
and boy's rules, the end of the game found the score fifteen to thirteen in favor of Waynes* 
ville. The next game scheduled, was played November 12th on the Fassifern court with Ashe- 
ville High School. It was characterized by good sportsmanship and clean playing, the score 
being seventeen to four in favor of Fassifern. The sub-team, not to be outdone by the varsity, 
played the Asheville High School's second team during the intermission, and won with a score 
of seven to six. It has been a keen disappointment to the members of the varsity and su-team 
that the "flu" has rendered incomplete the schedule of games. 

Base-ball, in spite of the shrieks of fear heard any Monday or Wednesday on the base-ball 
field, has become one of the most popular forms of athletics, and it is safe to prophesy a 
brilliant future of heavy hitting and swift balls for the next season. 

Heretofore, the tennis tournament has taken place some time in the fall. This year it 
was put off until February, thus giving time to practice and improvement of technique. As a 
result, the playing in the tournament, which is now going on, is harder and above the usual 
standard. The players are strong both in singles and doubles. It is certain that in the years 
to come the tennis players will do justice not only to themselves, but to the school. 

The athletic season culminates on Field Day when Lavenders and Whites compete in sports 
and dancing. As a reward, the winneing side is to receive the shield and to be the guest of 
honor at the banquet given by its opponent. This terminates the athletics for the year. 

M. Birdsey, '21 







WHITES 

LEADER: Hawkins 



Borden 

Bragaw 

Bynuro 

G. Call 

Coleman 

Marg. Davis 

Douglas 

Erwin 

Gettys 

Grimes 

Hoffman 

E. Holt 

Inglesby 

D. Johnson 

Latrobe 

Lilly 

D. Merrimon 

Moore 

Myers 

Orsborne 



Penn 

Plumly 

Poindexter 

M. B. Ross 

Cora Smith 

Claudia Smith 

Sasseen 

Seaver 

Swink 

Tucker 

Vaughn 

M. F. Wadsworlli 

M. Wadsworth 

Walke 

Sophy Walker 

A. Webb 

C. Webb 

Wells 

Wilcox 

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Battle 

Belden 

Bencini 

Birdsey 

Bostic 

M. Call 

Carr 

Chadbourne 

Cockrell 

Cruikshank 

Margaret Davis 

Dunbar 

Guion 

Hargrave 

Hicks 

Hickerson 

N. Holt 

Jenkins 



LAVENDERS 

LEADER: Vanlandingham 



Johnson 

Kirk 

McMillan 

K. Nesbitt 

Norcom 

Parker 

Powell 

Roberts 

M. M. Ross 

Scales 

Sedberry 

Shelton 

Simmons 

M. Smith 

Taliaferro 

Underwood 

Wilkinson 

R. Willoughby 

Sherrod 



S. Walker 








VARSITY TEAM 




Centers 




Forivards 


Van Landigham 




Hawkins, Captain 


M. Merrimon 


Guards 
Powell, Manager 
Wright 
SUB-TEAM 


Lilly 


Centers 




Forwards 


Sedberry, Captain 




Holt 


Birdsey 


Guards 

Underwood 

Tucker 


Walker 








TENNIS CLUB 




Alston 




Kirk 


Battle 




Lilly 


Bel den 




D. Merrimon 


Birdsey 




M. Merrimon 


G. Call 




Orsborne 


M. Call 




Penn 


Coleman 




Poindexter 


Douglas 




Powell 


Erwin 




Russell 


Hargrave 




Seaver 


Hawkins 




Sedberrv 


Hickerson 




Cora Smith 


Hoffman 




M. T. Smith 


N. Holt 




Tucker 


E. Holt 




Underwood 


Hugenin 




Vanlandingham 



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A GLIMPSE OF NATURE 



The sun rose o'er the mountain 
It cast abroad its glow, 
And as it dyed the fountain, 
A violet mist hung low. 

The fields of wheat waved lightly, 
The mighty waters roared, 
The leaves did dance so brightly, 
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2. Mrs. Valere de Roines, 

(Formerly Miss Bonita Diaz) Daughter-in-Law Marie Knight 

3. Mr. Valere de Roines Son Martha Powell 

4. Mr. R. L. de Roines Father Ellen Allston 

5. Marie Maid Frances Parker 

6. Little Miss Drusselle de Roines Daughter , Deloris Bostic 

7. Mrs. F. V. Breneau Grand-Mother Gazeal Call 

8. Miss Katrinka Breneau Mother's Sister Anna Cruikshank 

9. Mr. Lelsie Cassillis Tutor Annie Chadbourne 

7. 10. Master Louis de Roines Son Katherine Hargrave 

11. Miss Carolyn Templeton Governess Cora Mae Dunbar 

12. Mrs. R. L. de Roines Mother Edith Hoffman 

13. Little Miss Beverly de Roines Baby Pauline Simmons 

14. Little Miss Adele de Roines Daughter Claudia Smith 

15. Lucinde Nurse Elizabeth Hicks 

16. Miss Beatrice de Roines Mrs. R. S. Brown to be Mildred Sedberry 

17. Ene. Bobby Brown Son-in-Law to be Deane VanLandingham 

18. Miss Nannette de Roines Father's Sister Mary Wilcox 

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Our dear Faculty, 

We say farewell, thanking 
you elnoerely for your help of all kinds. We earnestly 
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"0 dear! I am so lonesome," sighed Buffy from his seat on the dresser. Buffy was a little 
white plaster doll with big staring eyes and a dreamy smile. "The girls have been gone for 
hours. What a jolly time they have. There they come now from school. My! How they chatter. 
There must be half a dozen of them. I am sure I heard Mary's voice." 

Isn't that awful! Just think of writing Latin poetry! I am scared to death," said Mary 
in an excited voice." 

The door burst open and in came five girls who sat on the bed and began eagerly talking. 

"I am so glad I don't take- Latin," said Margaret, "English is bad enough." 

"You lucky girl." 

"0 Jane, don't you think the Mardigras party is going to be fun? What are you going to 
wear ? 

"I don't know. I wrote Muzzy May to send me a costume. If it doesn't come, I'll just die." 

"What are you going to wear, Mary?" 

"I'm not going to tell, but I've got mine all fixed." 

'There's the dinner bell, come on. I hope I get a letter." 

"Another party tonight," thought Buffy. "They will all be in here dressing. It will be fun 
watching them. How I wish I could go and see it all. Even Elizabeth has forgotten me. She 
scarcely ever speaks to me now. She has so many other things to think about. There go the 
girls down stairs. Study bell must have rung. Queer! I didn't hear it. This is Tuesday, at 
least I think I heard Elizabeth say it was. I can't keep the time straight." 

"Elizabeth and Jane just came in, and got their hats, coats and rubbers to go walking. I 
wish they would hurry back. Everything is so quiet with them all gone. I think I'll take a nap." 

Buffy awakened suddenly. "Gracious! It's quite dark. What time is it? Oh! Everybody 
must be at supper. I slept a long time. They will soon be coming to dress for the party. 
There is Jane now. What funny costumes! Kenchoo! The powder is about to strangle me. 
I wonder is they heard me sneeze. No one noticed. What are they saying? 

"Pull it a little this way, dear, that's better. Jane I think your costume is as cunning as 
it can be and it came just in time, wasn't that lucky?" 

"Oh! Elizabeth do I look all right? I am so excited and so happy." 

'You look precious. Do run and help Margaret. Here take her this rouge, it's hers." 

"May I borrow some of your Bandaline?" said a voice from the doorway. 

"Help yourself, Kat. I'll be back in a minute." 

"Come on Mary and Jane, I am gone." 

"That's nice," said Buffy, now quite alone. "They left the door open so 1 can hear the music, 
and their voices. How tired they will be when they come back. I bet there will be lots of hair 
that isn't untagled tonight." 

"It was just like I knew it would be, they have gone to bed and straight to sleep with 
little noise, to jump up in the morning ready for work. 





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Mrs. Drysdale: "Name a liquid that wont freeze." 
Bright Pupil: "Hot water." 

Martha Moore: "Does your fountain pen leak all the time like that?" 
N. Holt: "No, my no! Just when I have ink in it." 

Miss Steinbrenner: (in English class) "Mary, what is a harem?" 
Mary, throughtf ully : "A place where a lot of orphans live." 

Claudia Smith at Hunter's Pharmacy: "Give me a 'Chocolate Tall,' please." 

Five minutes later (pointing to a dusky son of Adam) : "Oh, there's my "Chocolate Tall." 

"Hefty," why are you so good natured?" 

M. T. : I have to be. I'm too fat to run or fight." 

Miss Paddock after sending Nancy to the board to construct a square) : "Now, Madeline, 
what kind of lines has Nancy constructed?" 
Madeline: "Why Battle Lines, of course." 

Martha Davis: "Margaret, how are you getting along with your Math?" 

N. Norcom: "Well I can add up the aughts, but I declare, the figures bother me terribly." 




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ALL KINDS OF HOG FEEDS 
ALL KINDS OF CHICKEN FEEDS 

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LADIES' AND GENTS' OUTFITTERS 

TELEPHONE NO. 179-J. 

WARNER'S CORSETS A SPECIALTY 

ENGLISH BROTHERS 

First Class 

SHOE REPAIRING 

Main Street, Hendersonville, N. C. 
Compliments of the 

BROADWAY THEATRE 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
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HUNTERS PHARMACY, INC., 

OF COURSE THAT MEANS 

HENDERSONVILLE ' S BEST. 

"Everything in Drugs." 

Corner Fifth and Mian 
Both Phones 403. 



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LAKE SUMMIT CO. 

TUXEDO. N. C. 

If you wis hto own the most Beautiful 
Lot in Western Carolina. 
Situated on Lake Summit. Parks, 
Fountains, Driving, Boating, Swimming 
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The oldest firm in the Real Estate and Insurance business in Henderson- 
ville, N. C. Farm, Pasture, Timber and Mineral Lands, City and Suburban 
property for sale. Hotels, Boarding Houses and Private Residences for rent. Rep- 
resenting the OLDEST and STRONGEST Insurance Companies in the world. 
If what you are looking for is here we have it. We believe what you are looking 
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HENDERSONVILLE, - NORTH CAROLINA. 

You ar einvited to call and inspect the new READY-TO-WEAR DEPART- 
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A special welcome to Fassifern Students and Patrons. 
Sole Agent for Queen Qualiyt Sroes. 



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For Building Material See 

RIGBY MORROW COMPANY 

301 East 1th Ave. Phone 97. 

Over ten thousand dollars' worth of our material used in Fassifern Buildings. 
For information concerning our Cohill Fireless Furnace ask Fassifern, for they 
are using our 24 in. in McBee Hall, their new 12 room annex. 

Our specials consist of Beaver Board, United States Gypsum Plaster, Dixie Port- 
land Cement, Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes, and the Cohill Pipeless 
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Hendersonville, N. C. 



4 Per Cent, on Savings 
Your Business Appreciated. 



R. C. CLARK, President 

R. M. OATES, Vice-President 



P. F. PATTON, Vice-President 
J. MACK ROADES, Cashier 



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GLOVER T. ORR 

High Class Livery and Auto Service 

5 and 7 Passenger Autos for hire. Saddle horses a spe- 
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HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 



F. H. KINCAID & SON 

Staple and Fancy Groceries. 

Phone 270. 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Our Endeavor is to Give Value Received 

Plus Service 

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BLY HARDWARE CO. 

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Altitude 2,250 feet. Real Living. Open throughout the Year. Golfing, Tennis, 
Croquet, Dancing. A Resort Hotel worth knowing. Rates on application. Tele- 
phone 263. 

MRS. M. A. BROWN 

PARK HILL HOTEL 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

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IDEAL FRUIT AND CANDY STORE 

It's Pure, Fresh and Strictly Sanitary. 

Exclusive Agency for 

WHITMAN'S FINE CANDIES 

Opposite the Postoffice. - - Phone 37. 

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Phone 323. 
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HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 

Situated on a plateau 2,250 feet above sea levl, surroundd by the towering peaks of the 
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("In the Heart of Hendersonville. ") 

BEAUTY PARLOR IN THE REAR. 

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TUXEDO, N. C. 



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Yarns — Sixties to Eighties and 
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General Merchandise. 

Buying and Selling Farmers' 

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H. G. CHATHAM, President. 

Chatham Blankets are good Blankets and are made by 
Chatham Manufacturing Company at Elkin and Win- 
ston-Salem, North Carolina. 

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Compliments of 
"Your Friend" — 

The Peoples' Saxing Bank, 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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"The Furniture Man." 

For Anything in the Furniture Line Consult Us. 
Music a specialty. Selling, Exchanging, Buying, Stor- 
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Main St., Hendersonville, N. C. Phone 2. 

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WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 

BON MARCHE 

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Card Clothing and Reeds 



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SKINS 

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BELTING, CANS. 
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MACHINE SHOP TOOLS 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS 
ROLL COVERERS' TOOLS 



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THE SAPPHIRE 

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JACOBS & COMPANY 

GRAPHIC ARTS DIVISION 



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Clinton, Soutli Carolina 



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